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Published 1 year ago with 3 Comments

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  • Appaloosa

    I think people gravitate to a subject, or topic that affects them at any level. Once that is identified they can be exploited for, food, comfort, identity, anything...anything. People identify with like me, not like them. This can, and is exploited. Hopefully, the deluge of what you should like will run it's course, and the new generation born in the age of information overload will think about the choices others have already thought they will make and start a new way of thinking.

    • jedlicka (edited 1 year ago)

      Yeah, everyone is wired differently, and that's why social profiling like cambridge analytica can be so dangerous.

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